Who are EDF Energy?
EDF Energy are part of the EDF Group and one of the UK’s ‘Big Six’ energy suppliers. The company supplies energy to around 5 million domestic and business customers across the UK.
In addition to supplying end-user customers, EDF are also an energy producer, generating around 20% of the UK’s electricty which is sold to other suppliers on the wholesale market. EDF are also the UK’s largest producer of low carbon energy, produced from a combination of nuclear power and wind energy generation.
As one of the largest suppliers, EDF offer a range of energy tariffs including Prepayment, Standard Variable and Fixed Rate plans which guarantee fixed prices for a specific period so you avoid any unexpected price increases.
EDF Energy’s Fuel Mix
8 Nuclear Power Stations Provide 73.7% of electricity.
2 Coal Power Stations generate 17% of electricity.
25 Wind Farms produce 8.3% of EDF’s electricity.
Other sources produce 1% of EDF’s electricity.
EDF also operate 1 gas power station though this wasn’t used during this period.
EDF’s Fuel Mix is based on Figures between April 2012 – March 2013
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